There is so much implicit bias in the workplace but HR departments and executives will not admit to it. They only act when it is explicit, and even then sometimes they will not act. Data does not lie. If a department doesn’t promote BIPOC or lays them off disproportionately the numbers will display this. One way to address implicit bias is to follow the numbers and act on them.

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Alejandro Diaz writes extensively on culture, politics, and the workplace.

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Alejandro Diaz

Alejandro Diaz

Alejandro Diaz writes extensively on culture, politics, and the workplace.

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